10 Amazing Games Are Coming To Netflix For Free

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Netflix’s Geeked Week was full of anime, movie, and TV announcements, with dozens of series and movies being announced or given more information over the past seven days. Sprinkled throughout all of these announcements and livestreams were a few new additions to Netflix’s mobile games catalog, which has been slowly but surely expanding almost every month.

All up, over the space of the weekend, the streaming giant announced 10 new games joining the best games on Netflix, almost all of which are coming to both Android and iOS. The one exception is Hades, which is coming to Netflix, but Android fans will miss out.

We’ve put together a list of all ten games announced to be coming to Netflix – or on Netflix Games already – during Geeked Week, which you can see below.

Money Heist

Money Heist is a visual novel-style heist game based on the Netflix series of the same name — a Spanish production which has been a smash hit the world over. The mobile game will release alongside Berlin, a spinoff of Money Heist, sometime in 2024.

Shadow and Bone: Enter the Fold

Shadow and Bone: Enter the Fold is an “interactive role-playing game” based on the Shadow and Bone Netflix series. It’s set between the first and second seasons of the show, and lets you discover “untold stories.” It’s out now.

Chicken Run: Eggstraction

Netflix calls this Chicken Run spinoff game a “real time, top-down heist game that combines squad-based infiltration with high-octane, chaotic escapes” It’s actually being made by Aardman itself, and senior producer George Rowe says the studio “tried to bottle the soul of a Chicken Run movie.” It’s due out in 2024.

The Dragon Prince: Xadia

The Dragon Prince is getting a Diablo-style video game, as we previously reported. It’s headed to Android, iOS, and curiously PC, and as far as we know will be the first Netflix Games game on PC that isn’t also on console. It’s due to be released in 2024, according to Netflix’s blog.

Oxenfree II: Lost Signals

Oxenfree II: Lost Signals actually released earlier this year, and was available on Android, iOS, PS4, PS5, PC, and Nintendo Switch, but sadly not Xbox. It’s pretty good, and available now, as it has been for four months. Netflix just included it because it published an interview with two of the game’s voice actors.

Death's Door

Death’s Door is an excellent little top-down souls-ish kind of game that was previously released on a bunch of different platforms. This is the first time it’s come to mobile, though, and it will be available on iOS and Android exclusively through Netflix when it’s released in 2024.

Katana Zero

Katana Zero is one of the most intense, mind-bending games you’ll ever play. It’s fast, snappy, and a heck of a lot of fun, though we imagine you’ll definitely want to use a controller for this one. Katana Zero will be released on mobile exclusively through Netflix in 2024.

Slayaway Camp 2: Netflix & Kill

Slayaway Camp 2: Netflix & Kill is a sequel to the critically acclaimed slasher puzzle game Slayaway Camp. It was first announced last month alongside the announcement that Netflix subscribers would soon be able to play Dead Cells for free, and it seems to be out right now.


Yup, it’s Hades, one of the best indie games of all time. It’s a roguelike, it’s a hack and slash, it’s a Supergiant Games game, and it’s fantastic. A sequel is in development, so now’s the perfect time to check out the original — although again, it’s iOS-only. Hades is coming to Netflix in 2024.

Braid, Anniversary Edition

Braid is one of the earliest indie success stories, and it’s finally coming to Netflix. The streaming giant says it’s been “reimagined and updated for modern hardware while still preserving the integrity of the original.” On iOS and Android, it’ll be available exclusively via Netflix, but it’s also coming to other consoles and PC, presumably as non-subscription purchases. It’s due out on April 30, 2024.